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Funny how this western is very good but has lots of plot holes


1. The mexican is hit by a bullet but continues to climb the hill;
2. The same mexican does not even look to have been hit at all at the end;
3. The water in the cabin did not make any sense;
4. Grimes falls and gets shot twice by Russel. He barely looks affected at the end;
5. The third bandits behind them was completely forgotten.

I would add Grimes did pay for the stagecoach's ticket but it's not really a plothole.

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Funny how some people can't just enjoy a finely crafted film without being overly critical. By the way, the word ' western ' has only two ' e 's in it.

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You rated the "finely crafted" Jaws a 6, cretin. You're not just overly critical; you're downright clueless.

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Those are not plot holes

I won't argue that they might not make a lot of sense, but plot hole is a horrible description, zero per cent accurate.




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The third bandit's disappearance is not a plothole. The producers probably thought we would be smart enough to know he slipped away after Grimes and The Mexican were killed.No use hanging around for a lost cause.

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Or, the 3rd bandit's fate wound up on the cutting room floor.

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None of those are even problems; they're all easily explained. Certainly nothing remotely resembling a plot hole, the definition of which the OP seem unclear on.

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